Concrete modular construction Modulo Béton - a new generation of collection yards. Thanks to its flexible concept, Modulo Béton offers a solution that responds flexibly to the gradual increase in city population. It has 200% utilization: 100% on the surface and 100% under the one.
Modulo Béton's flexibility makes it possible to build a practical solution tailored to suit its urban growth or even move it to another area. Concrete elements BCS B35 (XP P18-305 standard) are cast according to specific modules (2x3m, 3x3m, 3x4m ...). These prefabricated units offer several layout options from two to an unlimited number of containers. Depending on the capacity of the device, a number of access ramps are used. The payload capacity varies from 3.5 t to 29 t.
This unique and innovative collection yard concept has been approved by independent organizations and patented. The method of assembly and dimensions of the modular system were designed by top specialists. Modulo Béton provides a ten year warranty.
Modulo Beton offers a very attractive ratio of quality and price. Due to their unique patented design, these collection yards have extremely low maintenance costs and a very long service life. The elements are transported in place by ground transport and subsequently assembled. Within three days after application of the paint and optional equipment, ready for operation.
The use of inert minerals is a tried and tested approach to the environment. Assembly and disassembly are loss-free operations and allow reuse. The high thermal inertia of the concrete structure ensures two-hour fire resistance.
Concrete is easy to maintain and shows no signs of wear or corrosion. In order to achieve optimal integration into the environment, concrete platforms may be partially hidden underground. Another option is also the surface treatment in accordance with the surrounding area or with landscape regulations - eg painting, grassing or green roof. The manufacturer takes into account all types of requirements for incorporating the structure into the environment.
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